Rolando’s story, for me, has been the most intensely personal. He’s someone who despite his sickness from such a young age, gave life a shot when he got L-Dopa. And he seemed so very human in a flawed and passionate way – his desires, his depressions and the way he died, like something from a novel. His story really touched me because of its rawness.
And to follow him with Miss H., it’s almost too much to believe